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Card Games: Week of Sept. 12, 2022, results from Pine River, Ideal, Crosslake

Play 500 in Pine River or bridge in Ideal Township or Crosslake

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500 scores

1 p.m. Tuesdays

Pine River American Legion

Tuesday, Sept. 13 

  • Jack Anderson 4280, Ken Schrupp 4030, Les Dupont 3530, Jay Jeffers 3450, Lila Kersey 3290. Delores Flategraff won the door prize.

Bridge scores

6 p.m. Tuesdays

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Ideal Town Hall

Tuesday, Sept. 13

Duplicate

  • North/South: Ginny Hersey and Bruce Eastman 93, Emily Schuldt and Rhys Price Jones 91, Chris Brown and Diana Brown 88, Shirley Gronholm and Carolyn Thompson 83.
  • East/West: Jane Kleinsasser and Stephanie Reed 99.5, Alan Stans and Roseann Stans 94.5, Clarice Renschler and Marcia Prescott 86.5, Joyce Roemer and Sue Caquelin 85.

1 p.m. Thursdays

Ideal Town Hall

Thursday, Sept. 15

Duplicate

  • North/South: Ann Broshar and Gerry Broshar 107.5, Charlie Ruud and Don Rasmussen 103, Shirley Gronholm and Carolyn Thompson 87.5, Chris Brown and Enga Wodziak 84.
  • East/West: Eric Hanson and Mary De Hanson 98.5, Lori McCormick and Carole Johnson 97.5, Barb Bretz and Ruthann Gottwaldt 91, Bruce Peck and Ginny Hersey 80.5.

Noon Fridays

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Crosslake Community Center

Friday, Sept. 16

  • Shirley Shodahl 4870, Larry Fleer 4480, Janet Herd 4310.
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